Mourinho's men will be back in action on Sunday, when they visit struggling Burnley at Turf Moor.
"We said at half-time we needed to step it up a gear and that's what we did". We've got to pick ourselves back up and keeping working hard.
"People are now looking at him and people are talking about how much longer he has got at United, which personally I think is stupid". But this United team, which he has now been in charge of for more than two years, looks nowhere near the quality of Mourinho's title-winning Chelsea teams, so why is Mourinho telling us all to show him respect for the three titles he won at Stamford Bridge?
"Another silly, stupid goal". Mourinho's aura and tactical discipline also inspired a title win in his second spell at Stamford Bridge, a treble at Inter Milan and broke Barcelona's La Liga hegemony under Pep Guardiola for Real Madrid.
"Anyone who watched this game can see for sure that the team is united, they can't play like that with such commitment if they aren't united".
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There were a lot of factors and variables I had to weigh up in my mind". He added: "It is not something I knew for weeks or months". It wasn't the first time they had collided.
"And obviously to the fans that came out tonight, we're sorry, we'll be better next week".
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"By the tactical point of view, we didn't lose, but we lost the game".
"Like I said, I am sorry for the fans, not just the ones here but the ones at home that have been watching and supporting us".
Allardyce maintained that Man United were "so good" on the night and that they outplayed Tottenham in the 90 minutes.
"I don't really care about my own performance", said Shaw.
Mourinho, 55, has come under fire in recent weeks, not only for his team's mediocre start to the season - including a 3-2 defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion on August 19 - but also for a number of reported fallouts with the club hierarchy and key players.